Okay, I’m curious to see how YOU would plan our trip. So here’s the information to consider:
Staying in Florida 11 nights/10 days - we arrive June 24th, leave July 5th. We are driving (27 hours) to get to Florida and will be arriving around suppertime on the 24th, so our first full day (25th) we would like to be able to sleep in, maybe head into parks around 11 or 12. We are staying off-site, 7-8 miles from WDW gates. We are traveling with my in-laws and our two children ages 8 & 5. Oldest has Sensory Processing Disorder and youngest has Autism (high-functioning) with bowel disorder (still in Pull Ups due to loss of control). Children are both early risers and do not do well with late nights, so we really need to keep late nights to a minimum. Ideally, we want to be eating supper at our house each night around 6:30, to keep costs down and to be able to give the kids some unwinding time, but that doesn’t have to be every night, as long as we’re back at the house by 8 or so, for bedtime. We want to keep the park days between June 25-July 2, so 8 days available. We need down time so in those 8 days we need at least one entire day that is not at a park, and some other half days at the very least. We do not have park hoppers. We are open to a morning at Blizzard Beach. We want to see Wishes & MSEP, would like to see FOF if possible. Would like to see Fantasmic. Do not care about IllumiNations. We want to do each park at least once, and especially want to explore World Showcase at Epcot. We also 100% want to do a 4:00 show of HDDR. So that’s a must. We have one day that is 100% set in stone - July 1st HAS to be at MK, at least in the evening, because we have BBB at 5:00 and CRT at 6:50 with A&E FP+ at 6:00. We will have DAS for both children.
So… tell me what you think!